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Entatech offers Beats with tweets

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IT distributor Entatech has launced a new social media campaign where followers have the chance to win Beats headphones and Capsule speakers.

The campaign celebrates the launch of the new Microsoft Office SKUs. Entatech says the new Office 2013 suites and Office 365 are already proving popular with its customer base, and it aims to reach out to even more with this new competition.

Resellers can download material about the new Office at www.entaonline.com, while the link will also be tweeted to followers, alongside updates on product SKUs and availability. 

The competition, which launched on Monday 28th January, will run for a period of two weeks, closing at 4:30pm on Friday 8th February. To be in with a chance of winning, participants must ensure they are following @Entatech before the competition closes. One lucky follower will then be chosen at random in a draw to win the prize package, which a pair of Beats by Dr Dre Solo HD headphones, alongside two X-mini Capsule Speakers.

Kate Fuller, Entatech marketing manager, said of the campaign: “Social media platforms are becoming more pivotal for businesses to keep their customers and in our case, our resellers and vendors, aware of new products, campaigns and much more. The implementation of an initiative like this will not only help Entatech launch the new Office SKUs and increase its online presence, but we hope that we may also be able to reward our followers with some fantastic goodies!”

For your chance to be part of this draw and to receive Twitter updates, you must be following Entatech via Twitter (@Entatech) by 4:30pm on 8th February 2013. For full terms and conditions, please visit bit.ly/WwTdcZ.

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